Anti Drug Bookmark
Encourage students to be safe, healthy and drug free with these colorful anti drug bookmarks. Ideal handouts for school events, classroom prizes, after care, fairs and more!
A controversial anti-drug mural that was painted over last summer now slips easily between the pages of a book. The message is still there, minus the negative language, thanks to local businesses and attorneys.
Let’s Celebrate a Drug Free Life
Use these bookmarks to help reinforce the positive messages about drug free living that you share with students and kids throughout the year. They are also ideal for handing out at Red Ribbon Week events and other drug prevention activities.
This colorful bookmark includes a word puzzle, maze, and coloring activity that engages children to get them thinking about the important message of celebrating a drug free life. The message is reinforced with a tribute to the memory of DEA Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who was murdered in Mexico while on the job pursuing drug traffickers and helping to keep Americans safe and secure.
Talking about drugs and how to live a drug free lifestyle can be difficult, but SAMHSA has plenty of resources for educators and school communities to access to get the conversation started. From videos and webinars to classroom lessons, there is something for every grade level to start conversations about drugs and how they impact your community.
Don’t Monkey Around With Drugs
It’s important to remind kids (and adults) that monkeying around with drugs has serious consequences, not only for themselves but for those they love. This fun and eye-catching bookmark is the perfect way to deliver this message.
Two-sided red ribbon week-themed bookmarks are a great tool to use in schools and at community drug prevention and bullying prevention events. They make ideal reward gifts for children that achieve behavior goals, and also serve as great giveaways to encourage reading.
This colorful, eye-catching bookmark features a photo of a local anti-drug mural that was painted over last summer by a downtown business that didn’t like its negative language and imagery. It’s now back, but a bit smaller, on this handy-dandy promotional item that slips easily between the pages of a book.
Bee Drug Free
Whether rewarding children who exhibit good behavior or handing them out at drug and bullying prevention events, two-sided anti-drug bookmarks deliver your messages right where they are needed. These high-quality, colorful, and die-cut anti drug and anti bully bookmarks from Positive Promotions will stand out as kids mark their place in books. A great way to encourage mindful coloring, these bookmarks also serve as a daily reminder that drugs and alcohol are not the answer.
This double sided anti drug bookmark features cute and colorful artwork with the message “Bee nice, bee helpful, bee a good friend, bee-ware of drugs and alcohol.” The bottom of this bookmark has more information about the warning signs, symptoms and treatment options for substance abuse and addiction. Printed on sturdy card stock, these 8” x 2.5” anti drug bookmarks are perfect for Pre-K through 1st grade. They make a terrific handout for school events, classroom prizes, after care, fairs, and other community events.
Stay Happy – Stay Healthy – Be Drug Free
After all, drugs wreak havoc on your body and mind. Having a variety of positive activities to fill your time can help you avoid drugs and their negative side effects. Spend time with friends and family who support your drug free lifestyle. Remove people and places that trigger drug use from your life if possible. Exercise regularly and eat well.
Volunteer your time to make a difference in the lives of others. Being responsible for a cause you believe in can be very fulfilling. Giving back can help you stay away from drugs and focus on your life goals.
Use these two-sided bookmarks during Red Ribbon Week to reinforce the message that a healthy life includes healthy choices about drugs. They also work well as prizes for students who show kindness, and as giveaways at drug prevention events or on Halloween health fairs hosted by LRADAC or other local community partners. They also make great additions to bulletin boards in school libraries and classrooms.